HP Lightscribe, I suspect Declan may have heard of that :)
On Wed, 09 Feb 2005 09:44:45 +0000, Gareth Eason <bigbro at skynet.ie> wrote:
>> There is also some technology that uses special CD blanks which uses
> the writer to thermally print the label as well. So just pop the CD in
> one way up - then turn it around and the same writer draws the label.
> Slashdot features some stuff on these a short while back.
>> Depending on your requirements, it might be worth looking into these.
>> HTH, Regards,
>>> Declan Boylan wrote:
> > epson r200, r300 and r800
> > On Wed, Feb 09, 2005 at 08:37:40AM -0000, Hamilton, David (TSG C&I) wrote:
> >>Does anyone know of a decent CD/DVD label printer, or a printer that can
> >>print on CDs and DVDs?
> >>I am sick of printing out labels and sticking them on, only to have half
> >>of them crease, or just peel off when I put them in my MP3 car stereo
> >>(which does get a tad hot sometimes).
> >>As far as I can tell, the TDKs only print in very specific areas of the
> >>discs, and I would want something that prints the whole face.
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